May 7, 2009

I DID IT!

And today, no words are necessary. A picture will suffice.

27 comments:

  1. Who did you vote for? :)

    I wish I could too!

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  2. Masood:
    Yeah right, and I'm just about to tell the world on this blog! LOL... ;)

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  3. Very good! well done Surbhi. BTW you have very pretty hands@

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  4. Those who cricise must show their finger first

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  5. Great job !!:)))
    me too:))
    so (((hugs))gurl:))

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  6. BTW Surbhi, Tumhare haath bahut sundar hain. Inhein table pe mat rakhna warna maile ho jaayenge. :))))))

    (dialogue choried and modified from Pakeezah)

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  7. Goofy Mumma:
    Thanks so much, GM! Really, that made my day!
    (((hugs)))

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  8. Mr. Chowla:
    Thanks for visiting Sir!

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  9. Indyeah:
    Yay! WE did it!
    (((hugs))) right back!

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  10. Sidharth:
    Thanks for dropping by! Hope you went further than the 'funny' blog name while you were here! :)

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  11. Solilo:
    LOL... Thanks a ton! (((hugs)))

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  12. Masood:
    How's Ibrahim doing? He must be real naughty now! Hope he is keeping you two on your toes all the time! :D

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  13. Ibrahim is quite a handful now. He has his vaccination shots today :( Kids get really cranky for 2-3 days after their shots. Fever, vomiting, body pain - it's quite terrible seeing them like that but its for their good. so.....

    but otherwise, he's such a darling! :) *touchwood* I specially enjoy taking him out coz he attracts so much attention. Keeps smiling at people, chuckles, makes cute expressions - i've had so many people stop by and play with him. It's so much fun :)

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  14. Masood:
    I can understand how it is after vaccinations. I remember my brother and all my little cousins/ nephews/ nieces. But its for a short time and as you said, it for their own good.
    Its nice to know Ibrahim's not shy of other people and doesn't get cranky with attention. I know kids who are boisterous at home but turn reclusive in others' company. He'll have a good time when he starts school, given that he's friendly.
    I wish you'd put some pictures of his on your blog. But never mind, its nice to read about him too. Take care, and give him loads of hugs and cuddles from me. Cheers!

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  15. Aren't they doing it on the middle finger? Or is that just in Mumbai? I rather liked it that they marked my middle finger. The pic in the newspapers with fifty odd people raising "the finger" seemed like an appropriate comment on the corrupt electoral system.

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  16. Couch Clown:
    LOL... Well, I extended my index finger so that's where I got inked. The guys who were on election duty were hardly the ones who'd bother (or even know) about the middle finger. I guess that explains it!

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  17. http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/002200905121982.htm

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  18. Good :D
    And see its because you have voted, insha~allah, we will have a stable government :D

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  19. How did I miss this post! Very pretty picture :)

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  20. "Hatred becomes quite respectable when it masquerades often under the guise of patriotism. We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another.| LOVE these words!!

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  21. Are you alive? It's been a while since you've come up with a blog post!*checks for pulse*

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  22. oye, where have you been? long time no see!

    imagine, i took a sabbatical and i am back and yet, all this while, no post from you!!! :p

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